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Old January 5th, 2019, 11:10 PM #1
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More Maryland gun owners need to take this stance..

https://m.washingtontimes.com/news/2...met-mass-non-/
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Old January 5th, 2019, 11:12 PM #2
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Yes we do.

The mass ignoring of the New Jersey magazine ban gives me hope that possible.

If they bans 80s prepare for a great opportunity to tell them to go to hell.
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I like the idea of openly advertising that we will not comply before a ban is enacted. Proves the point that their bans are worthless and isn’t an admission of a crime if the ban isn’t yet effective.
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Who is to say that there aren't more than a few that are refusing to comply with the provisions of FSA2013?

Generally speaking it is known as keeping your powder dry, while the Brown Shirts think they are achieving their own goals. Also in MD the jackbooted thugs of the state (M&M Show, Hogan, Frosh, etc...), have no qualms about suppressing your rights, but let Tyrone, who is a 5 time felon in the judicial system plead everything down to stet.

So in MD you sit down and shut the fvck up about what you know, or what you have done, or will do. You live in a life of outward compliance, because you know that if you speak out alone, you are screwed. You will have to wait for the right time, so you can gather together and stand with many. #MOREPATRIOTSTHANHANDCUFFS That is the time when a MD resident will be able to throw off the shackles form the M&M Show, Froshole, and Vinnie's sideshow.
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noncompliance in silence is equal to letting the schoolyard bully push you around and then talking to your friends about it in the safety of your home after school, only to be bullied the next day and repeating the talk with your friends.

it does not change the fact that you are pushed around and can only speak out in privacy.


in reality, you need to throw sand in the face of the bully and kick him in the nuts if he does not listen to you the first time you tell him to stop infringing on your rights. then he will question if he wants to bully you again.


when you do noncompliance in silence as most do, all it does it let them give out 1 felony count at a time to individuals


think about this:
you have a job in a plant that gives 1 30 min break every 4 hours
you and your coworkers want a 10 min break every 2 hours and a 20 min break every 4 from start of day.
you all decide that on your own you will just go ahead and individually take 10 in break after 2 hours and then go back to work.
its unorganized and each doing their own thing
a few get caught not working for a period of 10 in after 2 hours
they get suspended from work
the rest fall in line and go back to their break every 4 hours from start of day.
they could have gotten a different result if ALL workers decided to collectively and openly oppose and insist by going outside together after 2 hours for 10 minutes and then returning to work. the employer would not fire the entirety of the workforce for a ten minute break and you would have set a new standard. you must stand in solidarity or you will fall alone.
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City Attorney Tom Carr has acknowledged that enforcing the ordinance will be a challenge, telling the Boulder Daily Camera that “there’s no circumstance where we go door-to-door and ask people if they’ve violated the law.”
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The city has insisted that certification does not constitute gun registration — police issue paper certificates and insist they do not keep records
Oh, well, in that case, I'll just print my own certs at home. Thanks.
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^^^^^

Who believes that the police keep no records? Why issue something but keep no record yourself of the action? We should all just see what the form looks like and make our own. If they have no record, how would they know it’s not real?
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It would better if we could get more people out at the Patriot Picket events. That's the only known activity to me that gets any visibility. Sending money to pro 2A organizations helps, but you need faces and bodies.
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Old January 6th, 2019, 11:28 AM #10
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If you decide to not comply with the law, it makes total sense to me to announce it on an internet forum heavily trafficked by law enforcement and government agent types. Especially if your job requires that you remain in good standing with, you know, the law. Just an observation: MD is surrounded by many other states within 40 minutes of anywhere, and also some deep bodies of water. "Hey look at me I have some guns" always seems like a complete dumbass thing to do, or even suggest people do, for a large number of reasons. The people that show up at your house to look at your guns (gold, valuables, etc) might be criminals, or government employees (of course those are not mutually exclusive). My advice is to exercise your natural, civil, constitutional right to STFU.
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